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it to one or two. there are tons of whole foods. new york, california. add up the states, it goes democrat. this is not a surprise. >> bob: finish my question. when is the last time you were at a cracker barrel? >> andrea: couple of years. >> bob: you used to there. >> andrea: i didn't. >> bob: your father's restaurant. >> andrea: this is what i find interesting the same study says if your favorite soda is diet dr. pepper you also voted for romney. are they the ones that order mc 'n' cheese and then the diet soda? >> kimberly: eric bolling has the dr. pepper. >> andrea: but the people that gorge at cracker barrel. >> bob: r.c. cola and moon pie. >> andrea: don't get on that. >> bob: why? >> andrea: eight of the ten wealthiest counties that obama won. >> bob: one of them was manhattan. greenwich. that's where the liberals are. >> kimberly: hollywood. >> greg: that is back to my point. media creates stereotype that is a rich republican. but the rich, rich liberals from faculty lounge. you lived in one. get out, now. i live in hell's kitchen. slightly different. >> bob: i live there, too. upp
at california. it's a complete mess. it's an embarrassment what has happened there. complete disaster. going in the wrong direction. pretty soon strong states with good business practices have to carry the other states. it's crazy. i don't think it's good at all. >> states can't go bankrupt. businesses can and people can. >> bob: do you include alabama in that crowd? two biggest recipient of the states are red states, alaska and west virginia. >> eric: no question. if you break it down, the red states receive more than they put in. blue states put out more than they receive. >> bob: we don't mind carrying you all. it's important we do that. >> kimberly: keep losing corporations by all of this ridiculous regulations. >> bob: we didn't stop paying for the red states. >> we have the current tax rate and president obama wants to raise taxes on corporations. >> bob: on 2% of the people that should have it raised. you call it dividing the country, what is the line you use? >> kimberly: class warfare. >> bob: yeah. it's 98% versus 2%. that is class warfare; is that right? >> 1%. >> bob: 99/1. that
Search Results 0 to 7 of about 8 (some duplicates have been removed)